After an open beta last year, LumaFusion is now widely available on Chromebooks and Android phones and tablets.
LumaFusion, the popular video editing app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, is now widely available on Android and ChromeOS devices after beta testing last November. Compared to other popular video editors such as Final Cut Pro for macOS and DaVinci Resolve for iPad by Blackmagic Design, LumaFusion offers powerful editing features such as green screen and color keyboard visuals, magnetic timeline, color correction tools and more for Chromebooks and Androids. Tablets and phones.
The application was released in 2010. It has established itself among filmmakers and content creators, winning the 2021 App Store Award for iPad App. Export the project in 2016.
It just hasn't moved to Android. LumaTouch says it has assembled a team of "experienced Android developers" to create a new version of LumaFusion specifically for the platform. It also optimized the software to take advantage of the unique capabilities of Chromebooks and Android phones and tablets.
Chromebooks aren't particularly known for their creative capabilities, so professional video editing tools were very limited until this release. As schools transition to affordable Chromebooks, LumaFusion can now provide students with a better opportunity to learn video editing techniques.
LumaFusion for Android is now available for download on the Google Play Store for $30, the same price as its Apple counterpart, but lower than the original beta price of $19.99. Those who purchased the cheap beta version do not need to pay extra to get the full version of LumaFusion.